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image SM 80/1/40

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SM 80/1/40


[25] Working drawing (copy) for the dining room, 22 February 1793


Details of the Base and Surbase Moldings to the / Eating Room full size, details of the Moldings round Pannels of Doors and / Windows in Eating Room full size, Section & Elevation at large of the Impost / over the Doors in the Eating Room, details of the Architrave round Doors & Windows / in Eating Room full size


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as above and George Smith Esqr

Signed and dated

  • 22 February 1793
    Copy Great Scotland Yard February 22nd 1793

Medium and dimensions

Pen and wash, pink wash, on laid paper with one fold mark (545 x 662)


Soane office (same hand as drawings 19-23)



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